Because of Jhin's K/D/A and utility, he has a pretty good overall win rate. He does very well in the early game, with a winrate of 52.6% in that phase. Unfortunately, he does terribly in the late game, where Jhin's winrate is 49.3%., The difference between his best and worst game phases is about 3.3%. This sizeable difference shows us that his power spikes and fades in different parts of the match. Plan well.
In the current meta, Jhin is incredibly popular. He has been used in 21.9% of recently ranked matches. Some players see him as a danger. He has been banned in roughly 7.6% of League rounds.
Jhin is played mostly in the bottom position. This happens in 98% of his matches. Bottom Jhin also has the highest win rate (51,4%) of all positions. Currently, Jhin's meta game is focused on dealing damage. Specifically, his gameplay should mainly be centered around physical damage. Moreover, he is a decent magical damage dealer champ. Tanking is the least significant part of Jhin’s playstyle.
You should anticipate having to spend a decent amount of time practicing and learning to pick up Jhin. Many LoL gamers believe he is an average difficulty champion to get good at. Jhin primarily causes physical damage (87% of his total damage). He doesn't deal a lot of other damage types and should not be considered a hybrid damage dealer..
Jhin deals a good amount of damage over the course of a typical round (19.689 damage). You may want to focus on building him as a damage dealing champ to smash your enemies.
If you are looking for a dominating damage dealer, then you should definitely consider this champion. He has one of the absolute best kill rates in League among all champs. Additionally, he has a fairly typical average champion death rate (5.2 deaths). Furthermore, Jhin's KDA is usually very high with an average KDA ratio of 3.0 as well as 8.3 assists per match.
The best Jhin players know who their champion is, and they adapt their gameplay around their champion's playstyle. Jhin is great at many things, but not everything. By focusing more on accentuating your strengths than filling in your weaknesses, you are more likely to win your next game of League of Legends.
Furthermore, you should know when your champion spikes in power in order to be prepared and take advantage of your powerful position while it lasts. Not all LoL champions are strong throughout the entire game length. Some grow in power while others fade. Some start strong and fall off completely in the late game. Jhin is best in the early game.
Pay attention to the stats comparison shown above, which compares Jhin against all other champions. You can see their strengths and weaknesses relative to others of the same champion type. You can either try to overcome some of the weaknesses, or you can work to strengthen their talents.
We comb through millions of League of Legends matches pulled directly from Riot’s servers each week and analyze the data using advanced algorithms to bring you the most accurate Jhin stats online. We analyze the data by tier, so you can find the most relevant Jhin win rate and other stats.